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It is a membership club for another mall. This time we take another direction to emphasize the benefit of membership: gift.   The mall is called Telford. We name the club ‘WonTelford Club’ to convey the ‘wonderful’ experience to win a gift.   We make the logo as an emblem, signifying the status of membership. It is a big gift with a ‘T’ embedded, which stands for the mall.

It is a membership club for another mall. This time we take another direction to emphasize the benefit of membership: gift. The mall is called Telford. We name the club ‘WonTelford Club’ to convey the ‘wonderful’ experience to win a gift. We make the logo as an emblem, signifying the status of membership. It is a big gift with a ‘T’ embedded, which stands for the mall.

Elizabeth Telford (Eliza Doolittle), Nick Sandys (Professor Henry Higgins) in Light Opera Works’ MY FAIR LADY June 4-12, 2016- at Cahn Auditorium in Evanston, IL. Photo: Joshua Lott http://www.chicagonow.com/show-me-chicago/2016/06/my-fair-lady-delights-at-light-opera-works/

Elizabeth Telford (Eliza Doolittle), Nick Sandys (Professor Henry Higgins) in Light Opera Works’ MY FAIR LADY June 4-12, 2016- at Cahn Auditorium in Evanston, IL. Photo: Joshua Lott http://www.chicagonow.com/show-me-chicago/2016/06/my-fair-lady-delights-at-light-opera-works/

This is one of those designs that grew out of a vague idea not a definite plan. The popped up panel is watercolour paper which I taped down to my work surface. I spritzed water onto it before I sta...

This is one of those designs that grew out of a vague idea not a definite plan. The popped up panel is watercolour paper which I taped down to my work surface. I spritzed water onto it before I sta...

From a snowscape to a vintage cityscape my Inchie experiments continue. I never would have guessed when I first saw this skyline stamp that it would become such a favourite. Working on a 3"square s...

From a snowscape to a vintage cityscape my Inchie experiments continue. I never would have guessed when I first saw this skyline stamp that it would become such a favourite. Working on a 3"square s...

I have another card featuring one of my favourite techniques, 'watercolouring with distress stains'. I worked on a panel of watercolour paper taped to a board and splattered with masking fluid. The...

I have another card featuring one of my favourite techniques, 'watercolouring with distress stains'. I worked on a panel of watercolour paper taped to a board and splattered with masking fluid. The...

I had a card idea in my head yesterday and I did several trials and variations with the stamps from the transparent set 'Sprigs' but my original idea did not end up working. I set the experiments a...

I had a card idea in my head yesterday and I did several trials and variations with the stamps from the transparent set 'Sprigs' but my original idea did not end up working. I set the experiments a...

It's a winter watercolour week on the Penny Black blog and here is my contribution. This little scene works well as a watercolour with all that sky needing colour. I decided on a limited palette of...

It's a winter watercolour week on the Penny Black blog and here is my contribution. This little scene works well as a watercolour with all that sky needing colour. I decided on a limited palette of...

PB’s “berry branch” stamp. stamp branch in upper left hand corner. re-ink stamp and stamp it on  plastic imaging sheet I use with my stamp positioner -image is much paler when stamped this way. third way stamped was by painting water onto it and stamping it onto the sponged color. This creates a ghostly watery image.   steep hills created by sponging over torn post-it note mask several times. flicked water droplets and green ink droplets.

PB’s “berry branch” stamp. stamp branch in upper left hand corner. re-ink stamp and stamp it on plastic imaging sheet I use with my stamp positioner -image is much paler when stamped this way. third way stamped was by painting water onto it and stamping it onto the sponged color. This creates a ghostly watery image. steep hills created by sponging over torn post-it note mask several times. flicked water droplets and green ink droplets.

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